I have a really weird issue. I use the Facebook Open Graph, Google+ and Twitter Card Tags plugin to create open graph tags for my wordpress pages. Normally this works smoothly. It takes the first image of a page and uses it as the
Example page: https://ungehorsam.org/programm/geschichten
The created tag (see HTML code of page linked above) looks like this:
<meta property="og:image" content="https://ungehorsam.org/wp-content/uploads/mlk_web.jpg"/>
However, I have one weird problematic page. The page does not load: https://ungehorsam.org/programm/empty-cages
I inspected the HTML code and it seems that it stops right where the facebook open graph tags should appear. It turns out, that if I remove the image from the post, the page loads normally. Also: If I use a different picture than this one, the page renders as expected. It seems that only when I use this specific picture, the open graph tags cannot be generated by the plugin.
So I tried:
- use a different picture than this one => page loaded
- delete and reupload the problematic picture => page still does not load
- delete, save the picture with slightly different quality, and reupload it => page still does not load
I ran out of ideas on how to tackle this now. What is the problem with this picture? Why can't the plugin create the open graph tags if this picture is included in the post?